Producers Dylan Winter and Sue Broom
6.25am Prayer for the Day: with Rabbi
Yitzchok Rubin. Stereo
John Humphrys and Peter Hobday in London, and Brian Redhead in Blackpool for the duration of the Labour Party Conference.
A thriller by Andrew Taylor. The fourth of eight parts read by Martin Jarvis. Abridged by Neville Teller Director Gerry Jones
with Melvyn Bragg
Producer Marina Salandy-Brown Stereo
The first of a monthly series in which
Vincent Duggleby takes your calls on how best to manage your money.
Today: student finances. Producer Frances Macdonald
0 MONEY: page 87
Where the Bee Sucks.... by Lawrence Durrell.
Read by Frank Windsor . Producer John Theocharis
Pleasure It Is; For the Fruits of His Creation; Sing Joyfully; Fairest
Lord Jesus; Deuteronomy 16. VV 1-11. Stereo
with Simon Rae.
Readers David Goodland and Lin Sagovsky.
Guest John Whitworth. Producer Susan Roberts. Stereo
Presenter John Howard Editor Ken Vass
The general knowledge music competition.
Chairman Ned Sherrin. Producer Diane Messias. Stereo
Nick Clarke in London, and James Naughtie in Blackpool for the duration of the Labour Party Conference. Editor Roger Mosey
Joyanne Bracewell , QC, is sworn in as a High Court judge. She talks to Jenni Murray. Serial: Dora by Polly Devlin. The tenth of 13 episodes read by Maggie Shevlin. Abridged by Sally Skrimshire Editor Clare Selerie-Grey
The 1974 production of The Balkan Trilogy by Olivia Manning adapted in three parts. At the outbreak of the Second World War, university lecturer
Guy Pringle travels to
Romania with his new wife. 1: The Great Fortune
Dramatised by Eric Ewens
Director John Tydeman. Stereo (R)
Paul Vaughan with book news, including Salman Rushdie 's new Haroun and the Sea of Stories. Producer Nicki Paxman
Valerie Singleton in London, and Hugh Sykes in Blackpool for the duration of the Labour Party Conference. Editor Kevin Marsh
and Financial Report
Daniel Charlie receives a dreaded summons by phone from his brother Danny in Canada. It's the beginning of a long journey for Charlie - both physically and mentally. Written by Chris Hawes.
With Richard Cole ,
Chris Hawes , Keith Ladd , Sharon Muircroft ,
Fenella Norman and Peter Wheeler.
Music Tom Steer
Director Kay Patrick. Stereo
Phil Rickman joins a bramble ramble.
Producer Penny Arnold. Stereo
with Roger White. Stereo
with Alexander MacLeod Editor Margaret Budy. Stereo
Symposium: A new novel by Muriel Spark. The fourth of ten parts read by Eleanor Bron. Abridged and produced by Stewart Conn
The Bobo Girls -
Rebecca Front and Sioned Wiliam - with songs and sketches.
Producer Paul Spencer. Stereo (R)
Fritz Spiegl with the first of four nightly selections of music, verse and prose. With Diana Bishop and Gary Watson.
Producer Ray Abbott. Stereo